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September 03, 2010



Mike, you are way better looking than Stephen.

Jan Martin Löhndorf

Also, what Mike writes makes sense to me, whereas I really don't get that Hawking guy. Whatever that may say about Mike or me or whatever.


It is my theory that Steven Hawkins is completely biased. If I looked like that and was in a similar chair bound state, I too would deny God and say it’s all just ‘chance’... yeah! And if he wins the lottery next week, suddenly it’s all predestined I’m sure. Lame excuse Steven! But he does have a nice chair though! Looks like first class leatherette.

Sorry... I got carried away in the carnival mood of this posting for a while. Big fan of the hawk! And of you. Wonderful post: rich analogies... fat jokes... great writing... invigorating animosity.

Jan Martin Löhndorf

Martijn, you are constantly outdoing yourself, man!

UF Mike

Thanks Steve! You know, right this minute I'm listening to "Tuesday's Gone" by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Can Stephen Hawking say the same? I don't fucking think so!


I tell you what though....Hawking would have made a great rock vocalist....I can hear him doing "Boogie on Reggae Woman" or "Will it Go Round in Circles"....and he'd be a natural for 'Right place, Wrong Time"!
Or "Do you feel like we do"
Shit, the list just goes on!
hi Mike, you good lookin bastard!

UF Mike

What an inspired concept. Steve Hawking Sings! Your Hawking-Billy Preston matchup is sheer genius. I would also like to hear him do Bad Company's "Feel Like Makin' Love."


A duet with Lil Wayne would be interesting.


So, here's what I think of every time I think of Stephen Hawking. Well, there are two things.

One: https://www.theonion.com/articles/stephen-hawking-builds-robotic-exoskeleton,1629/

Two: I had the misfortune to see Lost in Space (the movie). https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120738/ I and my friend David sat there in the theater hating every minute of it while my friend Andrea and her boyfriend sat there sort of enjoying it, I think. The credits rolled and I noticed Stephen Hopkins directed it. I said to David, "I didn't know Stephen Hawking made movies!" and David started talking in a robotic voice saying, "I am an award-winning theoretical physicist, but I decided to come to Hollywood and direct this tripe" and so on. It was hilarious. It makes me laugh every time I think of it.


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